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Lee Je-hoon and Suzy in a dance movie?

2012/06/21 | 1861 views | Permalink | Source

There is one common factor between Suzy and Lee Je-hoon. They are Hip-Hop manias.

Miss A Suzy has been a hip hop girl from junior high and Lee Je-hoon was in a dance group during his university days. They didn't know they were hip-hop manias.

They greeted each other with an "Ayo~ Hip-hop" high five and started chattering away. She asked him, "Why did you dance like that in the movie?" He had once done an awkward dance in the movie "Architecture 101".

Lee said, "There were groups like Jam and Noize when I was younger and I imitated them pretending not to dance". He's actually good enough to have gone street dancing with his group members. They both agreed on the next movie together enthusiastic about their common interest.

Suzy said asked, "Let's perform together next time" and he answered "I think it'll be great doing a dance movie together next time".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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